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Poster: Ole Uncle John Date: Oct 17, 2005 9:21am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: dead books

I'm currently reading McNally's book for the first time, and I have to say it's such a gas to be able to read about a particular show or song debut in 68 or 69 and be able to instantly access the audio via LAMA. Boy are we lucky!!

I hope that I never take that for granted : )

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Poster: dire--wolf Date: Oct 18, 2005 10:58am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: dead books

McNallys book is good. I really enjoy reading about the struggles they had at the Carousel Ball room and Family Dog. The stories of the boys tripping and Bobby fighting in NYC are great. When is Bobby's book coming out?? Bobby? Hello?

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Poster: Ole Uncle John Date: Oct 18, 2005 12:54pm
Forum: etree Subject: Re: dead books

With Bobby's famous spaceyness it would probably be titled 'Searching for the Story' - What little I remember from my 30 years with the Grateful Dead.

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Poster: audiobookman Date: Mar 19, 2006 8:32am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: dead books

Hi all, I have been reading a lot of the comments made in this forum and find them most fascinating. I am teacher whom teaches both disabled and normal able children. I find the use of audio books a good teaching aid, whilst being a good resource.

I know of a gentleman who supplies me with audio books. For more details contact Jeff at . audiobookservice@hotmail.co.uk

Many Thanks Joan

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Poster: RastaMike Date: Mar 19, 2006 11:37am
Forum: etree Subject: Re: dead books


Hey Now, The best items I ever sold in the parking lots of Dead shows were books. Even if folks did'nt buy.
We talked as I shared the different books put out by the Dead family. My favorite is Living with the Dead by Rock Scully. Rock Scully was the guy who help procure the party favors the band craved. It's the only book that mentions the Persian that Jerry loved. It was tough learning the truth. Still, I wanted to know what had happened to Jerry.The photos, and stories of how songs or a tour developed still provide great background to those wild times. Indeed those times are gone for good,many bad things need to be understood so we can all go Further. Mickey Hart's Planet Drum is as fine a text book on the Drum you'll ever find!

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